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Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (19,306.89, up 106.13): Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Energy. Up 65 cents, or 1.60 per cent, to $41.25 on 14.8 million shares.
Manitoba deficit set to shrink as economy and Crown energy utility rebound

Manitoba deficit set to shrink as economy and Crown energy utility rebound

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is forecasting a smaller deficit, hinting at more tax cuts, and eyeing new financial aid to help people deal with the rising cost of living.
Ottawa police chief vows there won't be a repeat of last winter's 'Freedom Convoy'

Ottawa police chief vows there won't be a repeat of last winter's 'Freedom Convoy'

OTTAWA — Preparations to handle a potential return of the "Freedom Convoy" next February are already underway, says Ottawa's new police chief.
S&P/TSX composite closes up more than 100 points, U.S. markets flat

S&P/TSX composite closes up more than 100 points, U.S. markets flat

TORONTO — Gains in the energy and financial sectors helped Canada's main stock index gain more than 100 points, while U.S. stock markets were more subdued but ended the day in the green. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 106.13 points at 19,306.
Nova Scotia's robust economy and growing population help boost government revenue

Nova Scotia's robust economy and growing population help boost government revenue

HALIFAX — For the second time in three months, Nova Scotia's finance minister has reported $1.3 billion in additional provincial revenue, thanks mainly to a surging economy.
Stocks rise, bond yields jump after Japan surprises markets

Stocks rise, bond yields jump after Japan surprises markets

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks closed modestly higher on Wall Street, while bond markets around the world felt pain after a surprise move from Japan’s central bank cranked the pressure even higher on the already slowing global economy.
Retail spending in Canada shows signs of slowdown amid higher inflation, interest

Retail spending in Canada shows signs of slowdown amid higher inflation, interest

Retail spending in Canada showed early signs of a slowdown just as the holiday shopping season ramped up this fall, according to new figures from Statistics Canada released Tuesday.
Iamgold sells exploration and development projects in Africa for US$282 million

Iamgold sells exploration and development projects in Africa for US$282 million

TORONTO — Shares of Iamgold Corp. soared more than 20 per cent after it signed deals to sell the company's interests in exploration and development projects in Senegal, Mali and Guinea to Managem for US$282 million.
Experts share tips for young Canadians finding themselves in debt for the first time

Experts share tips for young Canadians finding themselves in debt for the first time

MONTREAL — While enrolled in university, Eloho Orogun was approached on campus to apply for a $500 student credit card, advertised as a means to improve his credit score.
Magna International to buy Veoneer's active safety business for US$1.525 billion

Magna International to buy Veoneer's active safety business for US$1.525 billion

TORONTO — Magna International Inc. has signed a deal to buy Veoneer's active safety business from investment firm SSW Partners for US$1.525 billion in cash.